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gary eckerson
@gary-eckerson   11 years ago
Johnny, Beutiful car, looks ahead of its time for the years. What caught my attention for this photo was that there was a car that ran at Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown ,N.Y. in early 70,s that looked a lot like this car. It was driven by Ed Strada. it had a boss ford 302 in it. I would love to show you if i can find a photo. Thanx for sharing this photo.
Johnny Mallonee
@johnny-mallonee   11 years ago
the car was sold in the 60's in fact both cars were sold ,one was a full coach and the other had been made into a skeeter, i thought both went to al. could have went north later,seems this one had a 260 in it and the other one had a nail head buick in it i was running my own car around this time and didnt always go to same track together, in fact i rarely went to same track 2 times in a row because money seemed different each week so chased the green
Johnny Mallonee
@johnny-mallonee   11 years ago
gary se if you can remember what the front ends looked like,both cars had fully adjustable suiside frontends. they were on 3" pipe welded onto front of frame and were slidable forward and back either one side to set one side ahead or together to alter wheelbase,and also a screw jack type so you could change center of spring location right of left,drag link was a 2 piece tethered in front of spring.i do know the steering was super fast and a bear to turn at low speed. load screws were adjustable from inside car. both cars had a home made quick change under them,a banjo type using halibrand sets, i never used a quick change but used a g/n type set up with different 3rd members i carried and had a 4 speed so i had a choice of gearing that way got to rambling on again,but thought you might remember front ends to help idenitfy the cars ,... i will hush now
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